Projects / Wine-Doors


Wine-doors is an application designed to make installing Windows software on Linux, Solaris, or other Unix systems easier. It is essentially a package management tool for Windows software on Unix systems. It is developed and styled to fit in with the GNOME desktop, but is fairly portable and a user interface could be developed for KDE. The main goals are to replace winetools, allow flexible application management, provide Queue processing capabilities, provide Application Database integration, avoid global native overrides, automatically add items to the desktop menus, and allow users to manage their Windows applications with profiles and bottles.


Recent releases

  •  17 Jan 2009 17:49

    Release Notes: Preliminary support for OpenSolaris was added. Networking was improved so that NetworkManager is no longer used and proxy support is better. Support for setting the Wine theme to match GTK was added. Fixes were made to many packages. Many new packages were added.

    •  27 Nov 2007 00:47

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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